I'm using conkeror, and C-x b gives me iswitchb-mode to change buffers, with searching through, tab completion, etc. Easiest way to do it ever.
According to G. H. Hardy, "Beauty is the first test: there is no permanent place in the world for ugly mathematics." (A Mathematician's Apology) It is primarily for this reason that I wish to study it at university -- formal mathematics at university level has this beauty and grace to it that many other subjects lack. Reading around the subject has further developed my interest, and I have learnt a great deal from books such as Numbers and Proofs, by R.J.B.T Allenby.
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Literature (Classic and modern)--2 years
History (World and National)--3 years
Scientific Method/Logic--1 year
Biology/Chemistry/General Science--3 years.
Math up to Pre-Calc (including Trig and Stats)--4 years
A foreign language--2 years
This is intended as a rebuttle to the document at http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/open-source-misses-the-point.html. My own thinking, as a FOSS developer, is that the FSF has always been a fairly coercive organization for one which advocates freedom and while their goals are noble I have grown increasingly concerned with their methods. I don't beieve that my criticism amounts to a mere legitimate disagreement over p
No word yet on how this discovery might affect Human-Klingon relations."